[access-uk] Re: computer housekeeping

Alexander, you do not really need to defrag a drive that contains only data, since you wouldn't use the drive enough that it would need to be defragmented. So Diskeeper should work regardless of whether you've got a split drive, otherwise known as multiple partitions on one drive. Hope that helps. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Alexander Shannon" <alexacts2v4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 8:19 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: computer housekeeping


Hi all,

I have been following this thread with some interest, and was thinking of trying out disk keeper on my Acer laptop running windows XP, on which I am running Supernova as my screen reading and magnification tool, however, until reading Adrien's message to which I am replying, I was reluctant to try disk keeper, as I was not sure if it would work with the speech of Supernova, which is the same as Hal, but after Adrien's message, I am tempted to try and download the trial of disk keeper to run on this machine, but I have one or two questions.

How would it run on a machine with a split hard drive? would I have to download it once for each drive, as I have set the computer up so that one drive(the C drive), has the programs on it, and the D drive has the data on it.

If anyone can give me some advice, or answer the above questions I would appreciate it.

Thank you all in advance.
Alexander Shannon
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